Meet 18-year-old Najee McGreen, born and raised in Brooklyn, in New York City. Najee has dreams of doing big things in the world ... BIG things. Is he a chart-topping rapper, a famous athlete, or a movie star? Nope. But he is living proof that with education, determination, and a willingness to work hard, dreams can come true.
Najee is an inspirational figure and a worthy role model. He's been a chess champion, a web designer, a business owner, and an award winner...all before completing high school! All the Right Moves traces the fascinating progression from small child to accomplished teenaged business leader. Along the way, the worthwhile life lessons Najee has learned are offered up to the reader.
Najee McGreen is currently a medical student at Johns Hopkins University, where he hopes to integrate medicine and technology to tackle some of the most difficult and important challenges of the new millennium. He has dreams of changing the world, and he challenges all young people to work hard and shoot for the stars.
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Ron Berman is a former college athlete, wall street trader, and author of 12 young adult books. In addition to writing about sports, he has drawn praise for his nonfiction career books, which feature remarkable young people who emphasize education as the key to a successful future. Ron looks forward to exciting projects in the future, including the release of Live Music in 2010, and a young adult novel, Straight to the Top, in 2011.Review:
'In All the Right Moves, Najee's life story serves as a reminder of the value of perseverance, integrity, and education.' ----TAVIS SMILEY, best-selling author and award-winning broadcaster
'Najee is on the path to success, and All the Right Moves--his story of hard work and determination--is inspiring.' --KWAME M. KILPATRICK, former mayor of the city of Detroit
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Book Description Scobre Press, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1933423617
Book Description Scobre Press, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111933423617